We support teachers to teach Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives with professional learning and curriculum resources.
Australians Together Learning Framework
Designed to reshape a new narrative for all Australians the framework aligns with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross-curriculum priority and AITSL Standards. Explore and discover below.
Before using our curriculum resources it’s best to understand the Australians Together Learning Framework. First, watch this 30 minute video for an introduction then access our Interactive Toolkit to explore the framework in depth.
We encourage you to attend our effective and engaging Professional Learning workshops. They’ll support you to deepen your understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories, cultures and current contexts and help you embed Indigenous perspectives in curriculum.
“We really wanted to have an authentic experience… so we made sure that we were doing it right because this is not our area of expertise.”
Lisa Sacristani, Head of Year 9, Donvale Christian College.
A brighter future begins in the classroom...
Resources to support teachers in the classroom
Understanding CeremonyPlay video
Christianity and Indigenous Spirituality - an Australians Together approach
A resource to help Christians engage with Indigenous Spirituality.
Respectfully Engaging with Indigenous Communities
Practical principles for schools, churches or any group to engage with Indigenous communities.
New study shows the Australians Together Professional Learning workshop helps teachers gain more confidence to embed Indigenous perspectives in the classroom - read the BIITE report here.
Acknowledgment: We wish to pay respect to the Traditional Owners/Custodians and Elders of this nation, and further acknowledge the important role Indigenous people continue to play within our communities.
Deceased peoples warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this website contains images or names of deceased people.